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Originally Posted by JubeiSpiegel View Post

Noodles just made the name official I guess.

Here is a thought. When noodles is buying well, he can use the Rudals account. When noodles is blowing it, he is relegated to The Noodles account for a week...
Naw, my user id is still pending so I dont know. But I want to divorce from Rudals and get a fresh start.
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Originally Posted by New Shoes1 View Post

Is the new account part of a plan to lower your number of posts and convince your wife you're not addicted to SF?
Lol! She gave up on me.
Edited by The Noodles - 6/25/14 at 5:04pm
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Thread Starter 

Your account thing is so.....you. This is your third account in less than a year. Good thing you have friends in high places.

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Your account thing is so.....you. This is your third account in less than a year. Good thing you have friends in high places.

So true, lol.

Also, its the 4th, lol.


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SB - what do you have against brand whores?

also, i would say that the conclusion is that people have different ways of valuating things, both as stand alone items, and comparatively. to each their own, as long as in the end of the day kops are made and we as people can justify our irrational obsession with looking good.
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Thread Starter 
^ if that is in response to my discussion with 'gazebo, I am sad. Totally besides the point frown.gif
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Your account thing is so.....you. This is your third account in less than a year. Good thing you have friends in high places.
Let's hope this is an upgraded version of me. No more picnic attacks.

I almost blew up on a Saks Fifth SA.
Mrs. Noodles was looking for Birkenstock sandals so I went over to the Armani section to try on some suits. I really didnt want to be bothered but a SA zeroed in on me in seconds. I tried on a 40R and it was small and short. SA said Armani is coming out with slim fits. Then I tried a 42R and it still was too short. The jacket was not covering my flat arse. So I asked the SA if they had a L.

He then said, "L is for someone who is 6'3" and over."

To which I said, "Not necessarily. But a jacket is supposed to cover your seat.

Then the SA got frustrated and asked me,"Says who?!"

I just ignored him and started to walk away and he said,"Oh! You no want to buy?! You just play for fun?! You dont know suits!"

I wud have chewed him out and called his supervisor but I just left cus I was too tired to deal with such nuance.
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

^ if that is in response to my discussion with 'gazebo, I am sad. Totally besides the point frown.gif

its not in response to anything. its just the correct conclusion because i said so.
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Let's hope this is an upgraded version of me. No more picnic attacks.

I almost blew up on a Saks Fifth SA.
Mrs. Noodles was looking for Birkenstock sandals so I went over to the Armani section to try on some suits. I really didnt want to be bothered but a SA zeroed in on me in seconds. I tried on a 40R and it was small and short. SA said Armani is coming out with slim fits. Then I tried a 42R and it still was too short. The jacket was not covering my flat arse. So I asked the SA if they had a L.

He then said, "L is for someone who is 6'3" and over."

To which I said, "Not necessarily. But a jacket is supposed to cover your seat.

Then the SA got frustrated and asked me,"Says who?!"

I just ignored him and started to walk away and he said,"Oh! You no want to buy?! You just play for fun?! You dont know suits!"

I wud have chewed him out and called his supervisor but I just left cus I was too tired to deal with such nuance.
Does that happen to anyone every, or is it a Noodle specific anomaly? Not even at Macys were the SAs such ignorant jackasses...
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I just have really interesting stuff happen here and there in my life.

I find Macy's SAs much nicer. Same goes with NM.
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"Oh! You no want to buy?! You just play for fun?! You dont know suits!"


This made lol.
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frown.gif
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I just hope the new Noodles is as good at .giffing as the old Noodles.
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

I just hope the new Noodles is as good at .giffing as the old Noodles.

I hope.not.
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Thread Starter 

My first month back in the States, I'm going to troll SA's so hard. Keep in mind, I've never had that opportunity. Korean SA's are way too likely to immediately defer.

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The service level in Korea is awesome.

I remember walking thru a big mall when they just opened in the morning and for some reason all the sales ladies lined the hall and bowed to me. I felt like the king.
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Thread Starter 

See, I fucking hate when people in the service sector bow to me. I really wish they wouldn't. Makes so uncomfortable.

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